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Bryant 80% Efficient Furnaces for Excellent Heat and Value

Thinking about a Bryant Furnace? How long will it take to recover the money I spend on a new furnace? This is a common question asked by homeowners when they are shopping to replace an older furnace. There are several things that factor into the equation, but overall, the advances in technology make this the best time ever for purchasing energy efficient furnaces. 

When you are in the market for new heating equipment, there are basics to consider, such as your budget, how much you feel comfortable spending on monthly heating bills, and what size system will heat the space inside your home. 

Furnace Efficiency Rating 

Understanding the meaning of furnace efficiency rating with help you make an educated buying decision. The AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) is the comparison between the amount of energy required to produce the heat, with how much heat it provides. For example, if your furnace has an AFUE rating of 80%, it means that 20% of the energy used is not converted to heat. 

This gives you an idea of how much energy will be used to heat your home, and from that you can calculate the cost. The higher the AFUE rating, the less energy is used, since less is being lost. 

Bryant 80% Efficient Furnaces 

You could purchase a furnace that is close to 100% efficient, but this is a far more complex piece of equipment, and more expensive than other furnaces. With a greater number of parts, it requires far more maintenance – another cost to consider! 

As a locally owned and operated company, we at Minnesota Heating & Air Conditioning are familiar with the frigid winters in the area! Our goal is to keep you and your family warm and safe during the colder months, while maintaining reasonable heating costs. For these reasons, we highly recommend Bryant 80% efficient furnaces when you are ready for a new or replacement unit. 

Our industry-certified staff and technicians are more than happy to answer your questions. Contact us today to learn more about efficiently heating your home.